Appliance repair houston

Google search can be so strange – Appliance repair search

I sometimes think that Google thrives on driving people crazy.  I recently bought a domain qualityappliancerepairhouston.com because it had 200+ backlinks to it, a very low spam count against it.  So, I thought this would be a domain with very good authority.  So I went through the usual steps that you would take to get a site indexed in Google.  It’s been a solid week and Google has not indexed any of the pages.  So weird.

You would think that with 200+ sites having links to it – that Google would look at it and see the new pages.  I’m not sure what to do.  Maybe I will sell it to someone that wants a domain that would be really strong for an appliance repair company in Houston.

This is when I really start to doubt everything that I have learned about SEO.  Seriously.  If I can’t even get a simple appliance repair site to show up in the rankings at all – what good is even trying?  Can I push a site anymore? I hate to see all these guys out there that are selling information about how to do it and it appears to all be bullshit.

I’ve paid for SEO training – and I see so many guys touting that their methods work so well – but I see very similar stuff between all of them and most of it works just to a certain point.  To use appliance repair as an example,  If I look at all the data for appliance repair in Houston and the suburbs, I see that some really crappy sites that are not mobile responsive and have obvious keyword stuffing, actually rank really well.  But why?  Everything I read says that the big G will kick your ass for not being mobile responsive now.  But keyword stuffing?  That’s been a no-no for the last several years.  So how can an appliance repair website in a city the size of Houston still rank so well if they’re breaking all of the new search rules?

Maybe the big G has some algorithm that allows a stuffed site to rank when it has age behind it?  I don’t know.  But whatever it is – I think that it diminishes  the value of anything that the big SEO guys are pushing as their grand solution.

Quality Appliance Repair website
I’m pretty sure this dog’s name is Google!